Iran says it will not renegotiate nuclear deal

  19 September 2017    Read: 1018
Iran says it will not renegotiate nuclear deal
Iran will not renegotiate its nuclear deal (JCPOA – Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) with world powers, said Ali Akbar Velayati, senior advisor to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on international affairs.
“Iran will never accept the possibility of renegotiating the nuclear deal. Negotiations have already been conducted. Iran and P5+1 held long negotiations and achieved a positive result,” said Velayati commenting on France’s proposal to renegotiate the nuclear deal.

With regard to the upcoming referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan, Velayati reiterated Iran’s support for the territorial integrity of all regional countries, including Iraq. “We can definitely say that holding a referendum in the country like Iraq will be the beginning of the split of the country. The Iraqi government, Iran and the international community stand against it,” he said.

He added that if this happens, the process can pass to other countries, and Iraq will become an authoritative circle of Zionists and Israelis.

Velayati accused the US of making attempts to weaken regional countries. The US and some Western countries are directly responsible for the ongoing tensions in Syria. The Zionists together with them created ISIL and wanted to destroy Syria, but they failed. Iran and its allies won,” he said.

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